Saturday, 21 April 2012

Setting up and Developing Agro and Rural Industries


21-April-2012 :(PIB )The Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) is a major credit-linked subsidy programme being implemented by the Ministry of MSME aimed at generating self-employment opportunities through establishment of micro-enterprises in the non-farm sector by helping traditional artisans and unemployed youth in the country. General category beneficiaries can avail of margin money subsidy of 25 % of the project cost in rural areas and 15% in urban areas. For beneficiaries belonging to special categories such as scheduled caste/scheduled tribe/women the margin money subsidy is 35% in rural areas and 25% in urban areas. The maximum cost of projects is Rs. 25 lakh in the manufacturing sector and Rs. 10 lakh in the service sector.

                Apart from PMEGP, schemes implemented by KVIC for the development of agro and rural based industries include Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI), Product Development, Design Intervention & Packaging (PRODIP) and Market Development Assistance (MDA).



                                                                                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                             (Rs. In lakh )
State/ UT
2008-09 (Actual)
2009-10 (Actual)
2010-11 (Actual)
2011-12 *
1
Jammu & Kashmir
1300.00
1820.00
2544.81
2780.57
2
Himachal Pradesh
452.14
567.79
1374.78
1141.28
3
Punjab
1800.00
1290.13
1833.28
1695.61
4
Chandigarh
59.94
0.00
63.98
0.00
5
Uttarakhand
1162.25
332.94
1120.18
1123.74
6
Haryana
1431.16
1066.22
1887.82
1396.25
7
Delhi
285.51
-150.00@
173.83
213.02
8
Rajasthan
3313.19
1625.77
4401.64
3684.10
9
Uttar Pradesh
11768.96
9739.75
13848.08
18034.45
10
Bihar
5152.18
900.00
3504.32
7417.30
11
Sikkim
125.80
270.00
173.77
0.00
12
Arunachal Pradesh
205.72
351.43
248.00
174.63
13
Nagaland
430.68
350.00
466.00
695.46
14
Manipur
188.25
300.00
0.00
630.42
15
Mizoram
238.28
327.40
306.00
508.00
16
Tripura
472.12
350.00
811.25
2868.06
17
Meghalaya
483.96
606.01
515.00
833.42
18
Assam
2050.54
1635.00
5538.00
2022.14
19
West Bengal
6500.00
7200.00
6719.17
5581.67
20
Jharkhand
2366.52
300.00
1562.68
3620.64
21
Orissa
2946.68
3422.13
4949.26
4220.87
22
Chattisgarh
1736.78
1952.54
2983.58
3182.97
23
Madhya Pradesh
3695.85
709.91
5440.13
5172.54
24
Gujarat**
3474.30
234.52
3042.54
6101.97
25
Maharashtra***
6642.23
3150.15
4793.82
4730.07
26
Andhra Pradesh
5319.86
6159.93
7443.94
5568.30
27
Karnataka
3571.24
1979.34
3696.02
3863.96
28
Goa
86.59
136.59
391.71
215.22
29
Lakshadweep
6.66
0.00
77.00
0.00
30
Kerala
2123.80
1245.20
3164.19
2910.66
31
Tamil Nadu
4220.23
3930.61
4389.80
7383.44
32
Pondicherry
59.94
6.57
85.64
82.16
33
Andaman &  Nicobar
46.25
33.76
171.83
83.22
34
KVIC HQ
282.39



35
TOTAL
74000.00
51843.69
87722.05
97936.14
@ During 2009-10, due to slow demand in Delhi, Rs 150 lakh was redistributed to other States
upto 29.02.2012
               **   including Daman & Diu.
               *** including Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

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